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Artists:
Araki
Ellen Berkenblit
Margot Bergman
John Bock
Brian Calvin
Anne Collier
Julie Curtiss
Nicole Eisenman
Saul Fletcher
Mark Grotjahn
Bendix Harms
Eberhard Havekost
Lothar Hempel
Richard Hughes
Sarah Jones
Jim Lambie
Marepe
Dan McCarthy
Matthew Monahan
Aliza Nisenbaum
Marcel Odenbach
Manfred Pernice
Alessandro Pessoli
Wilhelm Sasnal
Lara Schnitger
David Shrigley
Erik van Lieshout
Andy Warhol

Alessandro Pessoli: drawings & publications sale live through January 1, 2024 🎨⁠⁠1. Drawings from the artist’s eternal l...
12/21/2023

Alessandro Pessoli: drawings & publications sale live through January 1, 2024 🎨⁠

1. Drawings from the artist’s eternal life series ➡️ swipe to view / visit the link in bio⁠
Info below:⁠
The Eternal Life ( #1-11)⁠
Oil, enamel, spray paint, colored pencils, pencil⁠
18 x 12 inches⁠
(45.7 x 30.5 cm)⁠
$1,800 (each)⁠
Unique⁠

2. Pessoli Publications: all $12 for the duration of the sale⁠
Titles include: Carousel (2021); Un Milione di Miglia (2014); Fired People (2012) - among others⁠

Happy birthday to Anne Collier!⁠⁠
12/21/2023

Happy birthday to Anne Collier!⁠

🎀 Happy Birthday to Julie Curtiss 🎀⁠⁠
12/20/2023

🎀 Happy Birthday to Julie Curtiss 🎀⁠

Adrian Searle for  has included Nicole Eisenman’s current retrospective at  in the article ‘The best art and architectur...
12/20/2023

Adrian Searle for has included Nicole Eisenman’s current retrospective at in the article ‘The best art and architecture of 2023’: “This wonderfully q***r sprawl of drawings, painting and sculpture spills over with jokes, social observation and sexual candour. Working in a medley of styles and manners, the artist keeps finding new ways to describe the world. New York le***an life in the 1990s and sessions with a shrink, the ludicrous mess of the creative life and shifts in the broader political landscape – they’re all here.”⁠

Read the full article at the link in bio!⁠

Pictured: Nicole Eisenman, The Triumph of Poverty, 2009. Photograph: from the Collection of Bobbi and Stephen Rosenthal⁠

Happy Holidays from team AKG!! ⁠⁠The gallery is now closed for installation and will re-open on January 11 with new exhi...
12/19/2023

Happy Holidays from team AKG!! ⁠

The gallery is now closed for installation and will re-open on January 11 with new exhibitions ✨ Stay tuned for more information coming soon ✨ ⁠

& WINDOW (91 Walker Street) remains on view! Visit Aaron Fowler’s exhibition 24/7 this December.⁠

12/15/2023

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Read via the link in bio: ’s new interview with  as told to  : “Three things with David Shrigley: ‘I’ve had lots of artw...
12/14/2023

Read via the link in bio: ’s new interview with as told to : “Three things with David Shrigley: ‘I’ve had lots of artworks stolen – I consider it a form of flattery.” They talk stationary, an entire exhibition he lost, his seven-metre-high thumbs-up statue titled Really Good which is included in the NGV triennial, and more.⁠

Holiday Exclusive! Alessandro Pessoli Drawings: 11 unique works on paper from the artist’s ‘The Eternal Life’ Series⁠⁠Th...
12/13/2023

Holiday Exclusive! Alessandro Pessoli Drawings: 11 unique works on paper from the artist’s ‘The Eternal Life’ Series⁠

The Eternal Life ( #1-11)⁠
Oil, enamel, spray paint, colored pencils, pencil⁠
18 x 12 inches⁠
(45.7 x 30.5 cm)⁠
$1,800 (each)⁠

Available through January 1, 2024⁠

Learn more & purchase through the link in bio 🎁⁠

1 hour left to bid ⏰ Hein Koh has donated Volcano, 2022 to the Rema Hort Mann 2023 Benefit Auction! View and bid on the ...
12/13/2023

1 hour left to bid ⏰ Hein Koh has donated Volcano, 2022 to the Rema Hort Mann 2023 Benefit Auction! View and bid on the over 80 artworks included in the auction, hosted by , via the link in bio. All proceeds from the auction goes directly to RHMF’s grant programs. The Rema Hort Mann Foundation has been a steadfast institution for nearly 30 years, supporting cancer patients and championing emerging artists, with grants designed to help with life, art and community.⁠

Thanks to all for a great  Miami Beach ☀️ ⁠⁠In case you were unable to visit, our OVR is is still live! Visit via the li...
12/11/2023

Thanks to all for a great Miami Beach ☀️ ⁠

In case you were unable to visit, our OVR is is still live! Visit via the link in bio through Monday, December 18.⁠

1. Chris Martin, Untitled (Glitter Landscape), 2019-2020 ⁠
2. Lara Schnitger, She’s a Rainbow, 2022 ⁠

3. Nathalie Du Pasquier, American Painting, 2022 ⁠
4. Jim Lambie, Shimmering Bright, 2023 ⁠

5. Aaron Fowler, Meezus #6 (NY Mets), 2023 ⁠

6. Hein Koh, The Path Between Two Hills, 2023 ⁠

7. Yuli Yamagata, Dirty Socks, 2023⁠

8. Lloyd Foster, Special Pink, 2023⁠


Congratulations to Mike Silva and Nicole Eisenman!  has named Mike Silva’s solo exhibition at  and ’s retrospective at  ...
12/09/2023

Congratulations to Mike Silva and Nicole Eisenman! has named Mike Silva’s solo exhibition at and ’s retrospective at as 2 of the top 10 best shows in the UK and Ireland this year!⁠

Explore the full list via the link in bio.⁠

 Miami Beach⁠ Public Days have begun! Visit us at Booth B22⁠ through Sunday, December 10, 2023⁠ 🌴⁠⁠Pictured: Marcus Jahm...
12/08/2023

Miami Beach⁠ Public Days have begun! Visit us at Booth B22⁠ through Sunday, December 10, 2023⁠ 🌴⁠

Pictured: Marcus Jahmal, Around the Corner, 2023, Oil on canvas, 50 x 60 inches (127 x 152.4 cm)⁠

Hi from  Miami Beach⁠, Booth B22⁠ 🌊We’re here through Sunday, December 10, 2023⁠📸:  (),  ,   (),  ,   (),   (),   (),   ...
12/07/2023

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12/06/2023

Anton Kern Gallery at Miami Beach⁠
Booth B22⁠
December 6 – 10, 2023⁠

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Coming soon: Francis Upritchard's Pet, 2022 to our  Miami Beach Booth (B22) 🦕⁠⁠⁠See you tomorrow for our group presentat...
12/05/2023

Coming soon: Francis Upritchard's Pet, 2022 to our Miami Beach Booth (B22) 🦕⁠

⁠See you tomorrow for our group presentation featuring works by: Paweł Althamer, Ellen Berkenblit, John Bock, David Byrd, Brian Calvin, Anne Collier, Nicole Eisenman, Lloyd Foster, Aaron Fowler, Martino Gamper, Ellen Gronemeyer, Bendix Harms, Lothar Hempel, Marcus Jahmal, Sarah Jones, Hein Koh, Jim Lambie, Chris Martin, Matthew Monahan, Aliza Nisenbaum, Nathalie Du Pasquier, Alessandro Pessoli, Tal R, Wilhelm Sasnal, Lara Schnitger, David Shrigley, Mike Silva, Andrew Sim, Francis Upritchard, Jonas Wood, and Yuli Yamagata.⁠

We're thrilled to announce that Aliza Nisenbaum's painting Pedacito de Sol (Vero y Marissa) has entered the collection o...
12/05/2023

We're thrilled to announce that Aliza Nisenbaum's painting Pedacito de Sol (Vero y Marissa) has entered the collection of the The Art Institute of Chicago ! Pedacito de Sol--translates to Strip of Sunshine--depicts an intimate moment of quiet affection between two of the artist's long-time sitters: Marisa and her mother Vero. The painting was a highlight of Nisenbaum's recent solo exhibition at the Queens Museum . ⁠
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Thrilled that my painting “Pedacito de Sol (Vero y Marissa)” has now entered the collection of the the museum that no less than taught me to become an artist while I was in school next door at . 💕 I’m so grateful to the donor and dear friend for making this happen and to at AIC ⁠
And to my most longstanding models and dear friends and for letting me paint them for over a decade. And to it takes a village ❣️ ⁠

1. with and 2. Pedacito de Sol (Vero y Marissa), 2022

Tal R, Untitled Flowers, 2020⁠⁠On view this week starting Wednesday, December 6 as part of our  Miami Beach presentation...
12/04/2023

Tal R, Untitled Flowers, 2020⁠

On view this week starting Wednesday, December 6 as part of our Miami Beach presentation at Booth B22 💐⁠

Anton Kern Gallery is proud to participate in  Miami Beach's Kabinett Sector, spotlighting the work of New York artist L...
12/04/2023

Anton Kern Gallery is proud to participate in Miami Beach's Kabinett Sector, spotlighting the work of New York artist Lloyd Foster, on view at our Booth (B22) this Wednesday, December 6 through Sunday, December 10. Please join us at the Booth on Thursday, December 7 at 4pm, to meet the artist!⁠

Lloyd Foster (b. 1990 in Washington D.C., lives and works in New York City) engages with a myriad of materials, including paint, insulation foam, sapor sponges, fabrics, netting, and much more, but photography is at the center of his practice. A major turning point in his life occurred on his first trip to Ghana, his parents’ homeland, at age 24. Since then, and through repeated travels over the past decade in Ghana, Sierra Leone, and Tanzania, the artist’s connection to his African heritage has deepened, and his exploration of self continues to evolve.⁠

During his travels, the artist takes photos of people engaged in their daily activities, of vehicles, signs and buildings, and food and beauty products he sees in local shops. Certain photos are straight documentation, and others are posed. Foster’s attention gravitates towards sights, sounds, and smells that reminds him of his childhood. After returning home from his travels and reflecting on his photos, the artist follows an intuitive process by which he transforms memories into physical forms. In this way, he uses photography to mine his personal biography, preserve memories and create new connections.⁠

View preview by visiting the link in bio.⁠

🌈 Andrew Sim⁠’s Portrait of two werewolves without hair with rainbows, 2023⁠, on view next week as part of our  Miami Be...
12/02/2023

🌈 Andrew Sim⁠’s Portrait of two werewolves without hair with rainbows, 2023⁠, on view next week as part of our Miami Beach presentation at Booth B22 🌈

Yuli Yamagata's Italian living room, 2023, included in our upcoming presentation at  Miami Beach! ⁠⁠Find us next next we...
11/30/2023

Yuli Yamagata's Italian living room, 2023, included in our upcoming presentation at Miami Beach! ⁠

Find us next next week at Booth B22, December 6-10, or visit the link in bio for more information.⁠

  : “Unraveling (Are You Out Of Your Mind)” by   is the artist’s first site-responsive photomural and her first major pr...
11/28/2023

: “Unraveling (Are You Out Of Your Mind)” by is the artist’s first site-responsive photomural and her first major presentation in Miami. Opening December 5 in the museum's central stairwell, the installation features a photograph of a 1980s-era self-help cassette tape that cascades down the three floors of the museum's stairwell as it unspools. 📼

Combining staged and appropriated images in her photographic work, Collier examines the mechanisms of representation, circulation, and objecthood of images. Unraveling (Are You Out Of Your Mind) (2023)

Anne Collier's Unraveling (Are You Out Of Your Mind) is on view through October 16, 2024. Learn more and reserve your free tickets to the museum now at the link in bio. 🎟

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Anne Collier, "Unraveling (Are You Out Of Your Mind)", 2023. Adhesive vinyl on wall. 535 x 139 inches. Courtesy of the artist. Photo: Zachary Balber. Courtesy Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami.

Images of the inimitable John Bock in action 🎥⁠⁠After a five-year hiatus, German artist John Bock returned to New York i...
11/28/2023

Images of the inimitable John Bock in action 🎥⁠

After a five-year hiatus, German artist John Bock returned to New York in October to inaugurate his eleventh exhibition at the gallery with a "lecture" (performance) on the night of the opening—pictured are moments from it.⁠

Bock's lectures, in addition to his sculptures and films, bear witness to the idea of the activated sculpture. The body, the artist suggests, becomes a medium in that it can transform life processes into images. ⁠

Videos coming soon!⁠

The artist's exhibition continues at the gallery through December 16.⁠

The gallery will be closing early today, Wednesday, November 22 at 4pm in observance of the holiday weekend. We will re-...
11/22/2023

The gallery will be closing early today, Wednesday, November 22 at 4pm in observance of the holiday weekend. We will re-open on Tuesday, November 28 with normal hours and John Bock and Sarah Jones on view!⁠

Pictured: David Shrigley⁠, Mashed Potatoes for Brains, 2012⁠, Unique linocut print⁠, 44 x 30 3/4 inches (framed)⁠

💐 Happy Birthday to Sarah Jones 💐⁠⁠Don't miss her solo exhibition, Gazing Ball, which continues at the gallery through D...
11/22/2023

💐 Happy Birthday to Sarah Jones 💐⁠

Don't miss her solo exhibition, Gazing Ball, which continues at the gallery through December 17. All artworks pictured are on view on the gallery's third floor as part of the show. For more information, visit the link in bio.⁠

Anton Kern Gallery is thrilled to participate in  Miami Beach this year with a group presentation representing our inter...
11/21/2023

Anton Kern Gallery is thrilled to participate in Miami Beach this year with a group presentation representing our international and multigenerational roster of artists. In addition, we will present a constellation of mixed media sculptures by artist Lloyd Foster, as part of the fair's curated Kabinett Sector.⁠

We look forward to welcoming you to booth B22, where you will find works by: Paweł Althamer, Ellen Berkenblit, John Bock, David Byrd, Brian Calvin, Anne Collier, Nicole Eisenman, Lloyd Foster, Aaron Fowler, Martino Gamper, Ellen Gronemeyer, Bendix Harms, Lothar Hempel, Marcus Jahmal, Sarah Jones, Hein Koh, Jim Lambie, Chris Martin, Matthew Monahan, Aliza Nisenbaum, Nathalie Du Pasquier, Alessandro Pessoli, Tal R, Wilhelm Sasnal, Lara Schnitger, David Shrigley, Mike Silva, Andrew Sim, Francis Upritchard, Jonas Wood, and Yuli Yamagata.⁠

See you next month!⁠

View preview via the link in bio.⁠

Pictured: 1) Ellen Berkenblit, Emeraude Green, 2023, Oil on linen, 76 x 56 inches (193 x 142.2 cm) 2) Lloyd Foster: Double Double at WINDOW, March 16 - April 22, 2023 / Installation view with artist⁠

Opening tomorrow at The Milwaukee Art Museum () 🗓️ 50 Paintings: A landmark survey featuring works created within the la...
11/16/2023

Opening tomorrow at The Milwaukee Art Museum () 🗓️ 50 Paintings: A landmark survey featuring works created within the last five years by 50 international artists, highlighting the artistic trends in practice today, featuring Aliza Nisenbaum and Nicole Eisenman. The 50 works presented in the exhibition demonstrate myriad approaches to the medium. Painting—as a form, a language, a practice—is the focus, and the survey format underscores the many concepts and strategies present-day artists employ.⁠

50 Paintings was co-curated by Margaret Andera, senior curator of contemporary art, and Michelle Grabner, artist, curator, and Crown Family Professor of Art and Chair of Painting and Drawing at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.⁠

On view through June 13th, 2024.⁠

Pictured: Aliza Nisenbaum, Dessie with Historic Posters Designed for London Underground, 2019, Oil on polyester, 46 27/32 x 42 29/32 inches (119 x 109 cm)⁠

Read: In the November issue of the Brooklyn Rail, Phong Bui, artist, writer, independent curator, and Co-Founder and Art...
11/15/2023

Read: In the November issue of the Brooklyn Rail, Phong Bui, artist, writer, independent curator, and Co-Founder and Artistic Director of The Brooklyn Rail ( ), writes on Marcus Jahmal's recent solo exhibition with the gallery, Interiors, which was on view from September 7 - October 21, 2023 on the gallery's first and second floors:⁠

"What is filtered realism when it calls forth all regions⁠
Of his subconscious, accentuating these instances of immediacy?⁠
Think, think again, watching, seeing, blowing whispers in thin air,⁠
He sees women in high heels, fishnet stockings in vertical elegance⁠
Symmetrical buttocks, legs up, legs down, legs across,⁠
Falling chair, apples for an irresistible orchard, rhythmic ⁠
Collision seen on this peculiar crossing, ⁠
Prompting an enormous distraction for a musical prelude ⁠
In a remote colony without name."⁠

Read more of the thoughtful poem review at the link in bio.⁠

Pictured: Marcus Jahmal, Gentleman, 2023. Oil on canvas, 72 x 72 inches⁠

Sarah Jones’ new and recent work in Gazing Ball considers the medium of photography as just that: a medium, a receptor, ...
11/14/2023

Sarah Jones’ new and recent work in Gazing Ball considers the medium of photography as just that: a medium, a receptor, a conductor, a transmitter. These to-life scale photographs in her sixth solo exhibition at the gallery suggest a parallel realm, an optical space to be immersed in. This is a distinctly photographic realm where time is stilled, and subjects are distilled; are held in suspension, in limbo. Through lighting, day collapses into night and space is condensed. A labyrinthine thread is drawn between works, looping references, sightings, and citations, like the cadence of a poem. ⁠

Subjects are drawn from everyday life: cultivated plants in public parks, collected objects set up in her studio and recorded with her large format analogue view camera. The screen reoccurs in her small studio works. Here, the screen is both a void to fall into and a surface to project on to, like the cinema, a phone, or a laptop. A floral painted vase is upended in Narcissus (I), transfixed, its reflected image a twin or doppelgänger. A plant bends towards the bright light of day in Torch Lilly (Icarus) (I), a photograph that captures a moment of phototropism. Other plants on location, set into a photographic night, are reversed and flipped to form diptychs. They unfold in and on themselves – mirroring – outwards and back again. For Jones, the diptych is a skewing device, a way to view the world in another light, like stereographic photographs or Da Vinci’s mirror writing. ⁠

On view on the gallery's third floor through Saturday, December 16.⁠

Happy Birthday to Alessandro Pessoli 💐⁠⁠
11/14/2023

Happy Birthday to Alessandro Pessoli 💐⁠

Now on display at the  House are four new paintings by  for Gallery Met, curated by Dodie Kazanjian . Over the course of...
11/09/2023

Now on display at the House are four new paintings by for Gallery Met, curated by Dodie Kazanjian . Over the course of a year, in anticipation of this exhibition, the artist was granted unparalleled access to the Opera’s backstage and the three Prima Donnas who were, at the time, each performing the lead character of Violetta in Verdi’s La Traviata. The new paintings are comprised of three individual portraits of these divas installed on the Grand Tier, and a diptych on the Dress Circle that depicts the unseen world behind the stage: props, costumes, tools, and the multitude of people who make the Opera’s production happen, such as union workers, set designers, makeup artists, conductors, and many others.⁠

Nisenbaum’s practice and portraiture involves spending time with her subjects and getting to know them over the course of many sessions. For the Diva portraits, Nisenbaum spent time with each singer as they prepared at dress rehearsals, in their dressing rooms, and then later as they got ready to perform. The character of "Violetta" is regarded as one of the most challenging characters to play in opera: a fraught female stereotype. Each of the three women–Angel Blue, Ermonela Jaho, and Nadine Sierra–have their own unique and various feelings, challenges, and approaches to playing her, reflected in these intimate portraits. Jaho has, as the title of her portrait notes, performed this character over 301 times.⁠

Nisenbaum’s recent diptych paintings have focused on group portraiture. Here, she chose to focus on the larger community of the Opera house and its backstage world - paying homage to the multitude of people who remain behind the scenes but are utterly essential to the magic that unfolds each evening onstage for the audiences. These four remarkable works will remain on view to the public for a year at the .⁠

📷 Violetta for the 301st Time, Soprano Ermonela Jaho (MET Traviata), 2023 / Photo by Thomas Barratt ⁠
Installation Views by Izzy Leung⁠
Backstage at the MET, The Quick Change Booth (Traviata), 2023 / Photo by Izzy Leung⁠

The Longlati Foundation, Shanghai () is delighted to present a major solo exhibition by artist Wilhelm Sasnal (b. 1972, ...
11/07/2023

The Longlati Foundation, Shanghai () is delighted to present a major solo exhibition by artist Wilhelm Sasnal (b. 1972, Poland) on view from November 8, 2023 to January 10, 2024. This marks the artist's second solo exhibition in China and will feature over thirty recent paintings, occupying two exhibition halls.⁠

Read more on (link in bio) about the forthcoming exhibition, which highlights in her article "Shanghai Art Week Returns With a Slew of Must-See Shows."⁠

Pictured: Wilhelm Sasnal, Leaving Kacper, 2020, Oil on canvas, 100 x 70 cm⁠

"Monahan's work in both drawing and sculpture is often three-dimensional, with materials pushed to extremes and used in ...
11/07/2023

"Monahan's work in both drawing and sculpture is often three-dimensional, with materials pushed to extremes and used in unexpected ways—a tendency that extended to the artist's collaboration with Jacob Samuel," writes Esther Adler, curator of the newly opened 'New Ground' at the , for the exhibition's catalogue. ⁠

"In the first six etchings in the portfolio, he employed nontraditional mark-making tools such as masking tape, which he used to pull ground from the plate. For the remaining four works, Monahan's more traditional linear etchings were printed on gampi paper; he then crumpled each print onto an etching plate, which Samuel ran through the press. The resulting flattened paper sculptures are edition, but the variability of the process means that no two are exactly alike."⁠

at brings together 60 collaborations with contemporary artists by master printer and publisher Jacob Samuel, including 'Spitbites and Pressings' (pictured) by Matthew Monahan. On view through March 23, 2024.⁠

Pictured: Matthew Monahan⁠, Spitbites and Pressings, 2009⁠, Etching on paper in 10 parts⁠, 15 3/8 x 12 3/8 inches⁠, Paper Dimensions:⁠ 15 3/8 x 12 3/8 inches⁠, Edition of 15 and 2 AP⁠

McLennon Pen Co. Gallery, in collaboration with Marilyn Minter and Exhibition A, is hosting an emergency exhibition in A...
11/04/2023

McLennon Pen Co. Gallery, in collaboration with Marilyn Minter and Exhibition A, is hosting an emergency exhibition in Austin, Texas, titled Choice Is Sexy, opening today. In response and protest to the U.S. Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade, which eliminated a federal constitutional right to abortion and led to a series of bans and restrictions by state legislatures, this exhibition aims to raise funds and awareness for reproductive health care. With proceeds directly benefiting Planned Parenthood, Choice Is Sexy seeks to create a community and a safe space to advocate for reproductive rights.⁠

⁠Each of the renowned participating artists have generously donated a new signed limited edition set of prints to the exhibition that have been produced with Exhibition A’s dedicated support: , , , , , & ⁠

Pictured: Ellen Berkenblit, La Grange, 2023⁠

For more info, visit the link in bio.⁠

Hein Koh at ADAA The Art Show 2023⁠Booth A7⁠Through Sunday, November 5⁠⁠Thursday, November 2: Until 7pm⁠Friday, November...
11/02/2023

Hein Koh at ADAA The Art Show 2023⁠
Booth A7⁠
Through Sunday, November 5⁠

Thursday, November 2: Until 7pm⁠
Friday, November 3: 12pm-7pm⁠
Saturday, November 4: 12pm-7pm⁠
Sunday, November 5: 12pm-5pm⁠

This year, The Drawing Center () has collaborated with Marc Glimcher and Pace Gallery () to present The Rejectionists, a...
10/31/2023

This year, The Drawing Center () has collaborated with Marc Glimcher and Pace Gallery () to present The Rejectionists, a rollicking benefit auction and exhibition of more than 80 drawings by a wide variety of international artists and artists’ estates including artists and . The show’s title and theme has been inspired by two drawings from the collection of Arne and Milly Glimcher; a 1950 Corps de dame drawing by Jean Dubuffet, and a 1961 abstraction by Agnes Martin. The six dozen works that make up the bulk of the exhibition will offer homages to, or commentaries on, their genius. ⁠

📍 The Rejectionists: A Collaborative Benefit Auction and Exhibition with Pace ⁠
Nov 2–Nov 8, 2023, Benefit Exhibition on view on seventh floor of Pace’s 540 West 25th Street gallery⁠
November 2, 6–9 p.m: ⁠
Opening Party at Pace Gallery
Featuring Special Guest David Byrne⁠

For more information, and to bid online, visit the link in bio.⁠

Pictured:⁠
1.⁠ Aliza Nisenbaum, Study, El Taller, Queens Museum #2, 2023, Gouache and watercolor on paper, Framed Dimensions: 32 3/4 x 25 1/4 inches (83.2 x 64.1 cm)⁠
2. Ellen Berkenblit, Egon Lane, 2023, Gouache on paper, Framed: 18 x 13 3/4 x 1 3/8 inches (45.7 x 35.1 x 3.5 cm)⁠

Happy Halloween & happy birthday to Yuli Yamagata!⁠⁠Pictured above:⁠⁠Shower, 2023⁠Serigraphy ink, cotton, silicon fiber,...
10/31/2023

Happy Halloween & happy birthday to Yuli Yamagata!⁠

Pictured above:⁠

Shower, 2023⁠
Serigraphy ink, cotton, silicon fiber, sewing thread, glue, oil paint, oil pastel, glazed porcelain, sushi grass on wood board⁠
19 3/4 x 25 5/8 inches⁠
(50 x 65 cm)⁠

  : Exhibition Announcement 🗣 ICA Miami presents the newly commissioned work Unraveling (Are You Out Of Your Mind) by  ,...
10/27/2023

: Exhibition Announcement 🗣 ICA Miami presents the newly commissioned work Unraveling (Are You Out Of Your Mind) by , opening December 5, in the museum's central stairwell.

This is Collier's first site-responsive photomural and her first major presentation in Miami. Combining staged and appropriated images in her photographic work, Collier examines the mechanisms of representation, circulation, and objecthood of images. Unraveling (Are You Out Of Your Mind) (2023) features a photograph of a 1980s-era self-help cassette tape that cascades down the three floors of the museum's stairwell as it unspools.

Anne Collier's Unraveling (Are You Out Of Your Mind) is on view through October 16, 2024. Learn more and reserve your free tickets to the museum now at the link in bio. 🎟

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Anne Collier, Unraveling (Are You Out Of Your Mind) (Detail) 2023. Adhesive vinyl on wall. 535 x 139 inches. Courtesy of the artist; Anton Kern Gallery, New York; Galerie Neu, Berlin; Gladstone Gallery, Brussels; and The Modern Institute / Toby Webster Ltd., Glasgow.

OPENING THIS WEEK: Sarah Jones: Gazing Ball ⁠⁠Sarah Jones’ new and recent work considers the medium of photography as ju...
10/24/2023

OPENING THIS WEEK: Sarah Jones: Gazing Ball ⁠

Sarah Jones’ new and recent work considers the medium of photography as just that: a medium, a receptor, a conductor, a transmitter. These to-life scale photographs in her sixth solo exhibition at Anton Kern Gallery suggest a parallel realm, an optical space to be immersed in. This is a distinctly photographic realm where time is stilled, and subjects are distilled; are held in suspension, in limbo. Through lighting, day collapses into night and space is condensed. A labyrinthine thread is drawn between works, looping references, sightings, and citations, like the cadence of a poem.⁠

📍Sarah Jones: Gazing Ball⁠
October 26 – December 16, 2023⁠
Third Floor Gallery (16 East 55th Street)⁠
Opening reception: Thursday, October 26 from 6-8pm⁠

Pictured: Sarah Jones, Torch Lilly (Icarus) (I), 2021, C-print mounted on aluminum, Framed: 62 x 50 1/8 x 1 1/2 inches (57.4 x 127.4 x 3.8 cm, Edition of 5 plus 1 artist's proof⁠

OPENING THIS WEEK: John Bock: PARA-SCHIZO, ensnarled⁠⁠After a five-year hiatus, German artist John Bock is returning to ...
10/24/2023

OPENING THIS WEEK: John Bock: PARA-SCHIZO, ensnarled⁠

After a five-year hiatus, German artist John Bock is returning to New York to inaugurate his eleventh exhibition at Anton Kern Gallery with a "lecture" (performance) on the night of the opening. Bock’s universe is a bold, even daring synthesis of different genres including sculpture, performance, and film. ⁠

The exhibition at Anton Kern Gallery consists of four distinct parts, including PARA-SCHIZO, ensnarled (film stills pictured), a 50-minute, two-channel video projection, filmed and produced in Korea, and complemented by an installation, held together by a curving fabric sculpture occupies the entire second floor. This is the first exhibition of PARA-SCHIZO, ensnarled outside its original 2008 presentation at the Arko Art Center and Insa Art Space in Seoul. PARA-SCHIZO, ensnarled is the story of Thomas and Jytte, who, after studying the Kraken and the Noodle-Diagrams, become ensnarled in a chase through the Korean capital having to overcome numerous manifestations of elasticity and fluidity. For this exhibition, Bock has revived the film props by transforming them into distinct sculptures that are connected by a fabric diagram. These colorful additions to the original elements function as three-dimensional drawings and are hand-sewn soft sculptures in the tradition of Claes Oldenburg or A.R. Penck’s seldom seen “Felt Works.”⁠

📍John Bock⁠
October 26 – December 16, 2023⁠
First & Second Floor Galleries (16 East 55th Street)⁠
Opening reception: Thursday, October 26 from 6-8pm, with performance at 7pm⁠

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Araki Ellen Berkenblit John Bock Brian Calvin Anne Collier Julie Curtiss Nicole Eisenman Saul Fletcher Mark Grotjahn Bendix Harms Eberhard Havekost Lothar Hempel Richard Hughes Robert Janitz Sarah Jones Shio Kusaka Jim Lambie Marepe Dan McCarthy Matthew Monahan Aliza Nisenbaum Marcel Odenbach Manfred Pernice Alessandro Pessoli Wilhelm Sasnal Lara Schnitger David Shrigley Erik van Lieshout Andy Warhol Jonas Wood


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